68-Year-Old Tommy Day Killed in Head-On Crash on FM 928 in Swisher County
Swisher County, TX. (October 28, 2020)- Tommy Day was killed in a two-vehicle crash on October 26, 2020 in Swisher County, Texas. The accident occurred around 4:40 p.m. on FM 928. DPS reported that the driver of an eastbound Chevrolet Silverado lost control of their vehicle on the icy roadway, crossed into westbound lanes and crashed head-on into a Dodge Caravan driven by Day. Day was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Silverado was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. The crash remains under investigation.
We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family of Tommy Day. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Head-On Collision in Texas
Head-on collisions are the most dangerous collisions and often result from drivers losing control of their vehicles, driving under the influence, or driving distracted. Because head-on collisions are considered the most dangerous, the survival rate is extremely low.
At The Benton Law Firm, we help families of deceased victims file wrongful death lawsuits to help receive compensation from all liable parties. Although money cannot replace the death of a loved one, it does help pay for funeral expenses, hospital bills, and more. If you lost a loved one in a head-on collision, contact our office today for a free consultation at (214) 777-7777.
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